5 Tips to Boost Your Sexual Performance
Sexual performance is one of those things that everybody is concerned about — that includes you, and any lucky partners too. Yet it’s too often kept secret, like it’s forbidden to speak about it in public. Turns out, there’s a lot of people that have trouble with their performance and need a boost, and while the trouble can be related to a number of different factors, there are things you can do that will help not only get your bed rockin’ again, but improve your health moreover.
How you treat your body reflects how your body treats you — if you feed it processed crap, that’s all it will give you in return; but if you find the motivation to exercise regularly and eat natural fruits and vegetables, your body will reward you with good health and great between the sheets performance.
Jordan Gray has written a thorough post that describes 5 great ways to get your body and mind in the game, including supplements and foods that both work and inhibit your sexual performance:
2. Your diet matters
Eating clean, real foods, getting regular exercise, and having a full night’s sleep all contribute to your hormonal balance and testosterone production.
Specific foods/kinds of foods to limit your intake of: sugar, caffeine, white flour, excessive starchy carbohydrates.
Best foods to consume for testosterone production: zinc, vitamin D, vitamin C, vitamin B, flaxseed oil, nettle root, celery, cucumber, kale, spinach, radish, oatmeal (rolled oats/steel cut oats), garlic, pine nuts, eggs, broccoli, blackberries and blueberries (berries in limited amounts). Incidentally, the multivitamin that Ben now recommends does actually contain most of these compounds.
The more dark and colorful vegetables you consume, and the less processed crap you eat, the happier your body will be, and the healthier your sex drive will be.
Go and check out the full article for the other tips, including how to detox your home and which books you should be reading.
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About Sam Brinson Sam is a writer living in Uruguay. Sam follows the latest in aging break throughs.